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Cerulean Pearl

As I breathe, I hope for a better tomorrow As I blink, I can cope with the promise I borrow In through the nose and out through the mouth Palimpsest superimposed Arrow pointed south My mind is scattered like seeds on a field Insulted, yet flattered When it is congealed I sigh as I exhale From resting on the peak Enjoying the details That make life oblique I make my camp here High above the world The only volunteer To see the cerulean pearl To see it as an ache in Atlas' great side As an earthquake At Sisyphus' bedside As a twinkle in God's eye and sand in Satan's shoe As matter liquefied And a divine preview

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Date: 11/29/2016 2:30:00 AM
Flowing, peaceful and interesting. Thank you, Trey.
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